This week, the best of occupational therapy includes: resources to step up your OT practice.
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In sticking with the holiday and gift theme, today I’m featuring a few resources to help you step up your practice game and would be great gifts to yourself.
If you’re looking for help with career advice or need some help with resume writing, look no further. Polish 2 Prosper has put together some great resources to help you with all your careers goals.
Copy is something that so many of us need and not a lot of us have the time nor the energy to invest in it. Luckily, Jenny Gill has put together some resources for us to help improve all things copywriting for us OT practitioners.
The OT Connection is here to help you prepare for the big exam, as well as the CHT exam, and evaluation and treatment planning assistance.
If you’re looking for resources to help you start or grow your private practice, check out all that Iris Kimberg has. From worksheet and workbooks to webinars to templates, you name it, she has it all.
Checking In With a Friend
This week I released a follow-up episode with Rachel Moore, who has previously been on the podcast. Rachel was a volunteer of mine a few years ago and I have been following along her journey (and recording it for your ears to enjoy too) as she went from volunteering as a pre-OT student to applying to OT programs to now having completed the didactic portion of OT school. This episode highlights her experience in OT school, from in-person learning pre-covid to transitioning to distance learning once the pandemic hit. Rachel shares some great insight into how she has navigated the changes and challenges during this time.
Looking to get your dance on? Join us as we #danceaway2020 and move our bodies to the music for the next few weeks. If you want in all you gotta do is video yourself dancing, post it to your IG stories, tag me @ot.4.lyfe , and use the hashtag #danceaway2020. I am so not a dancer, so don’t think you have to be a professional to do this challenge. Just put on your dancing shoes, turn up the volume, and get to dancing.
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